Recognising and rewarding employees to encourage wellbeing behaviour change
Encouraging employees to practice positive wellbeing behaviours so that they remain productive and feel satisfied at work has never been more important. How can organisations help their employees? This article from LCP, Winmark’s AHN network partner, outlines four simple ideas to consider for your organisation.
- Set some fitness challenges and reward employees with prizes
- Introduce saving schemes to encourage financial wellbeing
- Create a community or network to share top tips for good financial behaviours
- Remove the stigma by creating a community or network where stories can be shared and support can be offered.
15 ways leaders can be more mindful of their communication styles
It's commonly accepted that a happy team works more efficiently. One of the most vital components of ensuring that a unit remains happy is open discourse among members. Encouraging open communication is a plus, but leaders should also be self-aware about their own communication style.
There are a host of reasons why a leader may want to be mindful of what they say or how they say it.
Whether it’s to be more inclusive or to create more friendly employer-employee relationships, managers can improve their team dynamic greatly from more intentional communication. In this article 15 members of Forbes Coaches Council share their views on the ways leaders can be more mindful of their speech when communicating with their teams.
Briefing materials: Mental health and wellbeing
Employers and CHROs may wish to brief managers on the potential mental health implications of COVID-19 and their specific roles and responsibilities in relation to supporting staff.
These workshop materials provide content for a briefing session for people managers on mental health and wellbeing.